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CONTENTS Foreword ix John S. Schuchman Preface xv Acknowledgments xvii chapter 1 (1934–1937) In the Beginning 1 chapter 2 (1938–1940) Mischievous Childhood and Darkening Political Clouds 7 chapter 3 (1940–1941) The Institute 13 chapter 4 (1941–1943) Was God Watching? 25 chapter 5 (1943–1944) A Special Trip Home 36 chapter 6 (1944) The Yellow Star of David and the Red Cross 41 chapter 7 (1944) Tears of Joy and Despair 52 chapter 8 (1944–1945) The Central Ghetto and the Christmas Nightmare 57 FM_193032_Gallaudet_Dunai 5/14/02 12:02 PM Page v chapter 9 (1945) On Death Row 63 chapter 10 (1945–1948) The Bar Mitzvah and Zionism 73 chapter 11 (1948–1949) A Summer Vacation and a Kiss 85 chapter 12 (1949–1950) Found: A Government School, but No God 89 chapter 13 (1950–1952) The Mechanical Trade School 97 chapter 14 (1952–1956) The Deaf Club and the Comforts of Home 104 chapter 15 (1956) A Visit Home to Komjata 114 chapter 16 (1956) The Revolution 123 chapter 17 (1957) Farewell to Budapest 126 chapter 18 (1957) Sweden 130 chapter 19 (1958) The London Chess Tournament 139 chapter 20 (1958–1959) Making Plans for a New Life 143 CONTENTS vi FM_193032_Gallaudet_Dunai 5/14/02 12:02 PM Page vi chapter 21 (1959) Farewell to Sweden and Onward to Europe and Israel 148 chapter 22 (1959) America and the Angel in the Sky 160 chapter 23 (1960) The Comet and a Christmas Wedding 169 chapter 24 (1960–1961) Jessica Gets a Job 174 chapter 25 (1962–1963) January 18—Spiritual Fate 177 Epilogue 181 Endnotes 182 CONTENTS vii FM_193032_Gallaudet_Dunai 5/14/02 12:02 PM Page vii FM_193032_Gallaudet_Dunai 5/14/02 12:02 PM Page viii ...



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  • Jews -- Hungary -- Biography.
  • Holocaust survivors -- Biography.
  • Dunai, Harry I., 1934-.
  • Jewish children in the Holocaust -- Biography.
  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Hungary -- Personal narratives.
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